Collection #1 Data Breach

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A huge collection of email addresses and passwords, which can be used to break into online accounts, has been discovered. This vast haul of data, known as “Collection #1” contains 1.16 billion combinations of usernames and passwords and is most likely being used for “credential stuffing” attacks, where hackers run scripts which automatically attempt to…


Introducing Office 365 Backup

Better Together

Data loss happens, even in the cloud! Office 365 and the cloud do not prevent data loss due to human action. A recent study found that 32% of the companies surveyed had experienced data loss in the cloud. 75% of data loss is due to people deleting content accidentally or maliciously, and that’s not the…


Altaro Backup for Office 365

Altaro 365 Backup

Why do I need a backup solution for Office 365 mailboxes? There’s a common misconception that Microsoft fully backs up Office 365 data as part of the subscription, but this is not the case. Microsoft doesn’t provide native options to back up Office 365 mailboxes – Microsoft is responsible for providing the necessary infrastructure and…


50 million users affected by Facebook data breach

Facebook have confirmed that they have suffered a data breach, affecting almost 50 million accounts. It is believed that attackers exploited a vulnerability in Facebooks “View As” feature in order to steal access tokens.  Access tokens are ‘digital keys’ which allow users to stay logged into Facebook without having to re-enter their password. Guy Rosen,…


Why Cyber Essentials is good for Business

Cyber Essentials Badge

Cyber Essentials is a government backed scheme which was launched in 2014 by the Department for Business Innovation and Skills. The primary aim of the scheme is to encourage organisations to adopt best practices in their IT Security. The Cyber Essentials scheme brings a number of benefits to companies looking to get certified, here is…


Bristol Airport cyber attack causes flight display screens to fail

Bristol Airport

Bristol Airport has blamed a cyber attack for causing flight display screens to fail for two days Travellers arriving at Bristol Airport found that flight information screens were down due to “technical problems”. The airport used it’s Twitter account to advise passengers to “arrive early and allow extra time for check-in and boarding.” Details of…


British Airways Data Breach

The National Crime Agency and National Cyber Security Centre confirmed they are looking into a security breach at British Airways. The airline has disclosed that hackers stole customer data from its website and mobile app for two weeks from August 21. It is thought that some 380,00 card payments were compromised during this time.   The…


Save up to £3000 on Leased Lines

gigabit voucher

Is poor broadband costing your business? The government’s new Gigabit Broadband Voucher scheme allows businesses to get an up to £3000 grant for gigabit connectivity. We are now able offer this incentive across a range of gigabit-capable Ethernet services. Available for small to medium businesses, the Government’s voucher scheme offers the fastest and most reliable…


Cyber Security and GDPR Event

IT Security Event

Cyber threats are nothing new to the world of business.  However, today’s security risks are both more advanced and more detrimental than ever before. Integrity IT are hosting a free Cyber Security event which aims to help businesses protect themselves from online threats as well as meeting the compliance standards of GDPR. Registration is Essential  …


Zen Broadband and Leased Lines

Zen Internet

All Broadband Providers are pretty much the same right? Wrong. Following a lengthy due diligence process, we identified Zen’s award winning service track record.  This is something our customers can search for themselves. We’ve done the due diligence in the market on the most reputable carriers and found than Zen strike a balance between scale…